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Dallas Skyline LB Kamryn Farrar Flips Commitment from Colorado to OSU

OSU flips a class of 2019 Colorado commit.



Dallas Skyline outside linebacker prospect Kamryn Farrar, a 6-foot, 200-pound Class of 2019 recruit, announced Tuesday he has committed to Oklahoma State. He had been committed to Colorado since March.

“After much thought and careful consideration, I have decided to make my commitment now in an effort to focus my energy on school and the sport I love,” Farrar said on Twitter. “With that being said I will be committing to Oklahoma State University!!! I’m home.”

Oklahoma State has been making a concerted effort to prioritize Farrar in its 2019 class for months now, and that effort for the defensive staff finally paid off big with a commitment Tuesday. The Pokes were battling with TCU, which was also trying to flip him, but it seems OSU’s pitch was more appealing.

“I’ve been listening to them,” Farrar said of OSU four months ago to Rivals. “I like Oklahoma State. I think it’s going to be a fight down the stretch because I like their tradition and how they always have good players on the defensive side of the ball.”

Seeing how OSU used both Calvin Bundage and Jordan Brailford as outside-backers this past weekend against Boise State likely didn’t hurt its chances with Farrar, who has made it clear he’s interested in becoming a versatile defender at the next level. He has the frame and build to be a hybrid of Kenneth Edison-McGruder and Calvin Bundage, made in the mold of a star linebacker but with room to grow into a terror off the edge.

Farrar is the second outside linebacker commitment for OSU in the 2019 class along with Na’Drian Dizadare. He’s the 17th pledge of OSU’s 2019 class.

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